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A FOAM INJECTION CURED MY VARICOSE VEINS   
by VICTORIA LAMBERT, 946 words
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When Paula Alsopp, a 37-year-old nurse from west London with three children, developed varicose veins on her legs for the second time, she tried out a new and exciting cure?
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MY FACE WAS FROZEN SOLID   
by VICTORIA LAMBERT, 866 words
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When Diane Shapland, 47, a clinic secretary and mother of three from south west London woke up to find she couldn?t move her face, she was terrified. Had she had a stroke or was it something even more sinister?
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?I NEEDED A PACEMAKER AT 45?   
by ANNA HODGEKISS, 674 words
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Miriam Sulaiman, 55, lives in Paisley, Scotland. She works as a beauty therapist and has had a pacemaker since 1997
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ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS . . .   
by KATE WATSON-SMYTH, 1571 words
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Writing out a wish list for Father Christmas didn?t take long for these four women. Each has one simple request, and truly hopes to se their prayers answered.
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HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!   
by SORAYA MADELL, 1773 words
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Meet Lewis, Poppy and Thomas?the seriously ill babies their parents feared would never see Christmas Day
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?YOU CAN LEAD A HAPPY LIFE WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS?   
by VICTORIA LAMBERT, 856 words
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In 2006, Chancellor Gordon Brown announced his baby James Fraser has cystic fibrosis. Here Andrea Holloway, 40, from Bognor Regis, whose youngest daughter also has CF, offers advice and hope for the future?
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THE HOPE AND HAIR RESTORER   
by NORMAN MILLER, 1348 words
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A top stylist is tailoring wigs to ease the trauma of hair loss for women. Not all hairdressers can cut it.
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?I?M PROOF TB ISN?T A DISEASE OF THE PAST?   
by ESME MCAVOY, 848 words
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Hazel Johnson, 38, a special needs teacher and mother of two from Bradford, is nearing the end of her treatment for tuberculosis. Rife in 19th-century Britain but largely eradicated by the 1980s, TB is now on the increase again
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NOT ONLY SMOKERS GET LUNG CANCER   
by ANNA HODGEKISS, 715 words
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Wilma Kennedy, 45, has lived a healthy life but was struck down with lung cancer in September 2005. Here, Wilma describes her battle against the disease.
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?I THOUGHT ONLY OLD MEN GOT GOUT?   
by DAVID HURST, 771 words
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The painful joint condition affects one in 200 adults in the UK and a growing number of younger women. Shelley Rees-Langley, 45, a health administrator from Bath, Somerset, developed gout in her big toe six years ago.
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